A conversation with Rebecca Brittenham, author of “The Interference Narrative and the Real Value of Student Work” (15:26).
Rebecca Brittenham is an associate professor of English at Indiana University, South Bend. She is the coauthor with Hildegard Hoeller of Key Words for Academic Writers, a dictionary of academic literacy, and she has coedited a reader anthology, Making Sense: Readings for Writers. Her previous research in composition studies appears in College English, JAC, The Journal of Developmental Education, and Excellence in Teaching: Narratives from Award-winning Faculty (forthcoming). A related piece based on graduate student literacy narratives of work is forthcoming in Pedagogy 18.1.